Frankie Avalon, Fabian and Bobby Rydell performing together as The Golden Boys in packed venues throughout the country since 1985, has been called "one of the most exciting acts in show business".

The show unites three exciting performers who emerged from the same South Philadelphia neighbourhood at the same time, and went on to become world renown personalitities.

Featuring three of the most popular teen idols of the late 50's and 60's, The Golden Boys have proved to be an overwhelming live concert success. Countless television appearances, a special performance for the President of the United States and a Golden Boys PBS special have brought on a vast audience of fans, not only from the fun generation, but all generations.

The Golden Boys spotlights each of the performers and their all time greatest hits, "Venus", "De De Dinah" and "Bobby Sox to Stockings" (Avalon); "Volare", "Wild One" and "Kissin Time" (Rydell); "Turn Me Loose", "Tiger" and "I'm A Man" (Fabian). The three stars combine their talents on several songs and perform a tribute to the material of Elvis Presley, Bobby Darin, Rick Nelson and Bill Haley.

One of America's most popular entertainers, Frankie Avalon went from 50's teen idol to a national and international star.
Born in Philadelphia, Frankie had his early trumpet playing career end abruptly when a family friend Bob Marcucci heard him sing and signed him to a recording contract. His first song "De De Dinah" became a smash hit and his recording of "Venus" was one of the biggest selling hits of the era. He had many follow up hits such as "Bobbysocks to Stockings", "Gingerbread", "Just Ask Your Heart", "A Boy Without A Girl". He is also credited with having the last number one record of the 50's with "Why" reaching that status in December 1959.
 In addition to his popularity as a top recording artist, Frankie became a motion picture star, appearing in over 30 movies, starring with such luminaries as Alan Ladd in "Guns Of Timberland", John Wayne in "The Alamo". Other film credits include "Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea", the hit musical "Grease". His biggest popularity in movies came when he starred in the classic beach movies, "Beach Party", "Muscle Beach Party", "Beach Blanket Bingo" and "Bikini Beach" amoung others.
A highly popular attraction on the concert circuit throughout the world, he has appeared in every major country and his appearance at the International Festival Of Stars in Romania marked the second time that an entertainer from the United States has performed in that Iron Curtain country since World War II, the other being Louis Armstrong. In addition to his solo performances, in 1985 Frankie began touring with two neighborhood friends Fabian and Bobby Rydell in a show entitled "The Golden Boys". That show is now in it's 13th year or touring, doing over 400 shows. The Golden Boys have appeared on many major television specials such as "The American Music Awards", the closing ceremonies of the "Miss Liberty Special" (which was seen by over 200 million people) and the ABC Inaugural special, "Command Performance: An All-Star Salute To The President".
In 1987, Frankie reunited with his co-star in the original beach movies, Annette in the summer movie hit "Back To The Beach". Frankie can also be seen regularly on the Home Shopping Network on behalf of his company, Avalon Products.
Apart from his busy work schedule, Frankie is an avid golfer and lives in Los Angeles with his wife Kay, who he married in 1963 and their eight children.
 Bobby's career spans several decades and encompasses every area of the entertainment world. Through his debut in the late 50's as a rock & roll teen idol to starring roles in such hit films as "Bye Bye Birdie" and plays such as "West Side Story" and countless network television appearances throughout the world, appearing on shows like Ed Sullivan, he was a semi-regular on the Red Skelton Show and, of course, American Bandstand. Bobby's recording career has earned him 34 top 40 records, which puts him in the top 5 of all single artists from his era. Bobby's hits include the million selling singles Volare, Wild One, We Got Love in addition to Swingin School, Kissin' Time, Forget Him, etc., selling a combined total of over 25 million records.
Bobby has also earned a reputation as a classic performer, not only a superb singer, whose voice has gotten better with the years. He has proven himself to be an outstanding drummer, an agile dancer and an extremely fine actor, with an unsurpassed gift for comedy.
The constant factor throughout his career has been his love of performing live, which harkens back to his childhood performances of impersonating his favorite TV stars. Within several years, he was entertaining crowds of swooning teenagers as one of rock & roll's premier idols. The extraordinary performances that thrilled his audiences beginning in the 50's continue to do so today, as Bobby tours constantly throughout the world with his exciting concert act.
In his spare time, Bobby is a highly vocal and visible fan of the Philadelphia football, baseball, hockey and basketball teams.
An overnight singing sensation, a film star with over 30 films to his credit and the producer of his own concert series, Fabian continues to expand his ever growing career.
Fabian hosts and performs in his own concert series, "Fabian's Goodtime Rock 'n' roll Show" which features the great rock acts fo the 50's and 60's. In 1985, in front of 85,000 fans in Baton Rouge, Louisians, his show was the first concert produced for pay-per-view television. The show then aired as a syndicated television special as well as a PBS pledge week special.
Born on February 6, 1943, Fabian Forte was actually discovered at the age of 14 sitting on his front steps in Philadelphia. Capitalizing on his good looks and ability to excite an audience, Fabian reached dizzying heights of success. At 15, he won the Silver Award as "The Most Promising Male Vocalist of 1958". By the time he was 18, he had recorded dozens of hits singles, eight albums and earned gold records for "Turn Me Loose" and "Tiger" and a gold album for "The Fabulous Fabian".
In 1959, Fabian made his screen debut in "Hound Dog Man" opposite Carol Lynley. He then began to concentrate on another aspect of show business that interested him more than singing......acting. His role as a homicidal maniac in a TV production titled "A Lion Walks Around Us" directed by Robert Altman solidly established his credentials as a versatile and powerful actor. Serious about his craft, Fabian studied in New York for three years under Wynn Handman and with Charles Conrad and Sandy Meisner in Hollywood. His impressive acting credits include roles with John Wayne, James Stewart, Jack Palance, Tuesday Weld, George Segal and Karen Black.
Fabian never disappoints his fans. They see a stunning man to whom the years have been kind. A man who is fresh and as magnetic as ever. A consummate professional, Fabian has pursued his career with an admirable intensity. He has traveled the show business ladder and survived, his sense of humor and integrity intact.